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  1. #1
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    Chillers Do go to heaven...

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    does it make anyone else sad to see large equipment replaced that you remember installing? I have a few old "polaroids of "state of the art" equipment I helped install long ago, most of witch I'm sure is long gone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by refrigeration johnny View Post
    does it make anyone else sad to see large equipment replaced that you remember installing? I have a few old "polaroids of "state of the art" equipment I helped install long ago, most of witch I'm sure is long gone.
    I had this discussion today. You know you have been around for awhile when you are tearing out systems you installed years ago.

    You are even older when your kid is replacing things you installed before he was born.
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    We have an old Carrier chiller like that at one of out accounts. Toggle switches and push buttons, you know, when you push it in the button next to it pops out, like an old cassette player. Sadly over the years other techs and companies hack what controls they had and bypass a lot of crap.

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    I thought about that the other day.. when I was changing an water reclaim tank in a supermarket I did an install when I first started doing supermarkets 12 years ago...

    Whats so bad is the controls put in at that time were obsolete 2 years after we put them in...

    and they have been changed out twice.

    *sigh*

    I can't fix it if it won't stay broke..

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